Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

A woman walks her dog as the sun rises over Cleethorpes Pier near Grimsby in Britain. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Workers move boxes of fish at the fish market in Grimsby. aPhil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Workers process fillets of lemon sole at a processing facility of Flatfish, a family-owned business with an annual turnover of more than £12 million. Phil Noble / Reuters


Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Birds fly out of the derelict former ice factory in the old Fish Docks in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Gulls circle above a fish smoking facility in the Fish Docks in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Buyers stand next to boxes of cod during the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

A sea chart showing coastal waters are seen on the walls of the Jubilee Fishing Company in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

A stained glass window in memory of a sunken fishing vessel is seen inside the Fisherman’s and Seaman’s Memorial Chapel in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Andrew Allard, managing director of the Jubilee Fishing Company. Jubilee is one of the rare success story om Grimsby’s fisheries industry. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Workers move boxes of fish at the fish market in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Haddock covered in ice ready to be sold at the fish market in Grimsby. Phil Noble / Reuters

Grim future for Grimsby’s fisheries industry – in pictures

Dennis Avery, the former skipper of the Ross Tiger, now leads tours of the vessel after the fishing trawler was turned into a museum ship. Phil Noble / Reuters

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